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as received at the War Department on Saturday: "Tuscumbia, Alabama, November 8, 1864. "General S. Cooper, "Adjutant and Inspector-General: "General Forrest reports on the 5th instant that he was then engaged fighting the enemy at Johnsonville, having already destroyed four gunboats, of eight guns each; fourteen steamers and twenty barges, with a large quantity of quartermaster and commissary stores, on the landing and in warehouses, estimated at between seventy-five and one hundredo say nothing of gunboats, transports and barges, is many millions of greenbacks; but even this is not the worst of it. They relied upon these stores to support Sherman's army, and their destruction must very much embarrass its movements. Johnsonville, which is named after Andy Johnson, Military Governor of Tennessee and Vice- President elect of the United States, is on the east bank of the Tennessee river, four miles above Reynoldsburg, and is the terminus of the Northwestern railroad, whi